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Photograms are created entirely in a darkroom, without using a camera. Objects are placed in between a light source and photo-sensitive paper. Prints are developed as normal, but no film has been used.


The pinhole photograph was taken with a modified SLR camera with a pinhole substituted for the lens.

 

Cyanotypes are created by coating paper with a special chemical solution. A negative image is created - either with a negative print, or by laying objects onto the coated paper. The paper is then subjected to sunlight before chemicals are washed off.

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Transformation:

Troubled Waters

 

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Transformation:

Water on Milk

 

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Transformation:

Uncrumpling Paper Ball

 

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Transformation: Wire I

 

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Transformation: Wire II

 

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Transformation: Wire III

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Claines Churchyard

 

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Dad


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Reflections of Birmingham


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All Images Copyright Guy Lymer, 2017